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Educators’ unprecedented level of advocacy on behalf of their students pays off with a bill that commits the nation to the success of every student. Read more »
Student mobility may be on the rise, but is it harmful? A new study examines what happens when students change schools.
Thousands of high school students from Los Angeles will benefit from a more diverse curriculum this year, thanks in large part to the efforts of Jose Lara, a social studies teacher at Santee Education Complex High School. His labors led the school system to make ethnic studies a graduation requirement in the Los Angeles Unified School District. “Keeping students from learning about their own history is structural racism, and as educators we have the responsibility to do something about it,” Lara says.
Find out about the grants awarded to state and local affiliates with promising projects and ideas to help improve student success.
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